A regional conference organized by the University of the West Indies (UWI) enabled IICA, researchers, representatives of the academic sector, progressive trainees, as well as national, regional and international development agencies to share experiences in order to analyze progress achieved and opportunities as well as identify strategies for overcoming challenges, with the aim of guaranteeing food security in one of the regions that is most vulnerable to climate change.
Resilience to climate change is declared a priority for Caribbean countries
Director General of IICA underscored the potential of bioeconomy to mitigate the effects of climate change
For his contributions to sustainable development, IICA appoints Garden Pool’s CEO as a Goodwill Ambassador
World agriculture to benefit from a new tool to facilitate effective climate change adaptation
Importance of assessing the impact of disasters on the livestock sector and presentation of a course in good emergency response practices
Good agricultural practices for more resilient agriculture: guidelines for producers and governments